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Two French airport operators have threatened Chile with an ICSID claim after their billion-dollar concession for Santiago’s international airport was severely disrupted by measures taken in response to the covid-19 pandemic.
20 January 2021
An ICSID tribunal has dismissed a US$354 million claim against Chile brought by Colombian investors in a concession for a public bus system in Santiago, finding that the impact of fare evasion and vandalism did not amount to indirect expropriation by the state.
12 January 2021
Chile’s state-owned copper company has threatened to file an investment treaty claim against Ecuador over the alleged failure of its national mining company to comply with agreements to develop a multibillion copper project near Quito.
24 November 2020
Three casino operators have instructed counsel as they prepare to file an ICSID claim against Chile over a public tender process for casino concessions that they allege is illegal and favours competitors.
13 November 2020
28 January 2020
An ICC tribunal has ordered the majority shareholders in a Colombian bank to buy out their minority partner’s interest – in a dispute arising from a US$2 billion merger transaction spanning Brazil and Chile.
06 March 2019
04 January 2019
Chile has sought ICC arbitration of a dispute with a US lithium mining company following failed attempts to agree a preferential price for a quarter of its lithium production for domestic companies.
01 November 2018
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